Europe

Finally taking that Eurotrip? Check out the advice, stories and tips I can offer after my half-dozen visits there, which have seen me visit Greece, Holland, Portugal, Spain and Switzerland and important tourist destinations like the Acropolis, Alhambra and the Sagrada Familia.

Three Superb Days in St. Petersburg

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Here’s how to make the most of three days in St. Petersburg, no matter where you’re coming from before you get there.

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Three Marvelous Days in Moscow

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Three days in Moscow provided me a nuanced impression of the city, albeit one I want to build upon with future visits.

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How to Get a Russia Visa

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One of the many reasons I held off visiting Russia as long as I did was the complicated visa process.

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The Best Day Trips from Barcelona

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The idea of leaving Barcelona for a day might seem counterintuitive, with all there is to see and do in the city center.

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10 Places to Visit in Greece

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Headed to Greece? Check out the 10 places in Greece to can’t miss, whether you’re in search of culture, cuisine or scenery.

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Russia and Rubicons

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“Triumphant” is a good word to sum up my impression of Russia.

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Here’s Why I Missed the Best Spot on Iceland’s Snæfellsnes Peninsula

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I ended up missing the most famous Snæfellsnes sight—on a night that the best aurora of my entire Iceland trip, no less. Here’s how you can avoid making the same mistake.

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Three Breathtaking Days in Bergen

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Europe’s supposedly wettest city is a constant source of sunshine as I look back on my travels.

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